The 46th Alafia River Rendezvous
We invite you to step into the past!
In January, each year, the members of the Florida Frontiersmen host the largest living history event in the Southeast.
There will be vendors for food, primitive lifestyles, and souvenirs. Come and see fine demonstrations of historic skills and portrayals of life before 1840. Enjoy a full program of music, featuring both locally and nationally recognized performers. There will also be specialized tradesmen, and general characters from our nation’s history. This annual event for the Florida Frontiersmen provides many scholarships to local high school students as well as intensive learning opportunities during the event.
Please Be Aware that No Pets are permitted during Public Days -
Registered Service Animals are the ONLY exception
Do you love history, music, and good family fun? Then this is the event for you!
Public Days are January 20th and 21st.
The parking lot opens at 8:00AM. The gate opens at 9:00 AM.
Please plan on exiting the event by 4:00PM
Adults $10, Seniors (age 60+) & Children (age 4-15) $5, under 3 admitted free
You will find a printable map and other information in the form of a printable flyer here. Download our Visitor Brochure
The last Friday and Saturday of the Alafia River Rendezvous are open to the public. A few rules to know:
This is definitely a Walking event
You must have fun and ask the campers lots of questions.